Drapes and curtains are available in different types and varieties at different budgets. Along with offering an element of privacy, drapes control the lighting of the area and also lend great character to the living room due to which they are considered quite unavoidable. Furniture for the living could include sofas, side tables, centre tables, bean bags, dressers, display cabinets, futon chairs, etc of a variety of types and sizes. Care should be maintained while selecting the living room furniture because it should match the size and color of the room. Keep furniture to a minimum if the space is small and limit the design to sleek and straight lines instead of carved and elaborate ones.
Another key to a Feng Shui living room is to make sure that your seats are octagonal or circular in shape as opposed to squared off and sharp. Putting chairs in a blocked off style makes the room feel tight and restrained as opposed to open and welcoming. While circular seating is not always an easy way to dress your room, it can be aided with the careful use of end tables. Many people use the half-circle approach to make it easier to keep all eyes facing the door and welcoming.
Always consider the light and space aspects while choosing your living room carpet. If your room is small, make sure you select a carpet that is light in color, hence giving the room a bigger look. Furthermore, if the living room does not have a lot of sunlight, choosing a light colored carpet will give it a cooler and calmer feel. If you live in a place that has cooler climate, choosing a dark colored carpet will make your room look warm and cozy.
Creating Feng Shui is not rocket science nor is it some complicated design premise. The basic idea behind it when it comes to decorating a living room is flow. Feng Shui is all about clear, refreshing, relaxing flow of chi. This is accomplished in a number of ways, and sometimes is more about what you do not do than what you do. Here are some tips on how to make your primary living space flow. Many people make mistakes when it comes to seating where Feng Shui is concerned. Seating should never be set up with the back towards the door. When someone walks in to a primary space, they will immediately notice that seats are facing them in some manner. Angles are okay as long as there is a clear line of vision to the room entrance.
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